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Have you felt crippled by phobias, fears and insecurities? There is a simple technique known as the A3 Autosuggestion which employs self-hypnosis and visualisation/rehearsing that empowers you to overcome such defects in your personality.

Have you felt crippled by phobias, fears and insecurities? There is a simple technique known as the A3 Autosuggestion which employs self-hypnosis and visualisation/rehearsing that empowers you to overcome such defects in your personality.

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  1. 1. The Personality Defect Removal (PDR) Process A3 Autosuggestions ssrf.org To overcome incorrect reactions Created by His Holiness Dr Jayant Athavale Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay & The Spiritual Science Research Foundation
  2. 2. Others/Situation*Who is responsible ? Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident ? Types of Autosuggestion (AS) techniques Personality Defect Removal Process Mistake committed Action/ Reaction? A1 A2/A3 B2B1 Can situation be changed? Self Action Thought Emotion Reaction Yes No The types of Autosuggestion techniques to employ * Techniques to overcome stress caused by defects of others that I can or cannot change
  3. 3. A3 Autosuggestions ssrf.org Examples of The A3 Autosuggestion technique is also known as the ‘Hypnotic desensitisation technique’ or ‘Imagery in a hypnotic trance’. The technique consists of creating a scene in one’s mind of successfully facing a stressful situation in a self- induced hypnotic trance. This mental rehearsal enables a person to overcome the stressor. Since the mind has rehearsed how to face the incident, when the incident actually does take place, one does not feel stressed. Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay & The Spiritual Science Research Foundation Definition and when is it used?
  4. 4. A3 Technique – Fear of flying PDR Process I (Roberto) was frightened from the moment I started thinking of going to my friend Anna’s wedding in Los Angeles because I have an intense fear of flying Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Fear Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  5. 5. A3 Technique – Fear of flying PDR Process • I am hearing about my friend Anna’s wedding in Los Angeles. I am excited to go and attend her wedding. I am booking my flight. • I am calmly preparing for my journey. • I am reminding myself that many people fly every day and are okay. • I am praying and feeling the presence of God. I am feeling safe and secure. • I am getting up on the day of my flight and feeling calm. I am getting ready and driving to the airport. • I am checking in and receiving my boarding pass. • I am hearing the call to board the flight and I am boarding the aircraft while chanting God’s Name. • The flight is taking off and I am calmly sitting in my seat. • I am comfortable and enjoying the flight and the view. • The flight is landing, and I am feeling joyful. • I am expressing gratitude to God that I am able to travel by flight successfully. Autosuggestion
  6. 6. A3 Technique – Stress before an interview PDR Process I (Josh) was stressed about facing a job interview. I thought that I will not be able to answer questions properly during the interview. I also felt that I will fail the interview. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Lack of self-confidence, Worrying Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  7. 7. A3 Technique – Stress before an interview PDR Process • On the day of the interview, I am getting up and offering a prayer. • I am chanting God’s Name and I am feeling calm. • I am having my breakfast with a positive frame of mind and I am all set to go for the interview. I am dressing up well in a smart and comfortable suit. I am feeling confident that I will answer the questions well in this interview . • I am taking a cab to the venue for the interview. • I am entering the interview hall and smiling at the receptionist and other candidates waiting to be interviewed. • I am chanting as I wait for my turn. My name is being called and I am walking in confidently with my documents smiling at the interviewers. • I am taking a seat and answering all the questions about my education, work experience, etc. with confidence. The conversation is flowing pleasantly, and they are looking satisfied. I am walking out of the room confidently and feeling settled. • I am offering gratitude for being able to answer the questions successfully during the interview. Autosuggestion
  8. 8. A3 Technique – Fear of driving PDR Process I (Alistair) am afraid of driving on the highways and also avoid going to the city. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Lack of self-confidence, Fear Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  9. 9. A3 Technique – Fear of driving PDR Process • I am calmly getting into the car and feeling safe that God is taking care of me while I drive. • I am praying to God for the space in the car to be purified and to be protected throughout the journey. • I am praying to God that He only gets the driving done through me and that He helps me to chant continuously during travel. • I am calmly turning on the car and remembering God's Name. • I am calmly driving onto the street. • I am feeling reassured that God is with me and surrounding me with a protective sheath of the chant. • As I am driving through the city, I am calm and alert to my surroundings. • I am feeling confident that I can drive safely & I am responding appropriately to all the traffic conditions. • I am feeling calm and safe throughout the drive. • I am arriving home safely and I am grateful to God for getting this drive done. • I am expressing gratitude to God for getting me home safely. Autosuggestion
  10. 10. A3 Technique – Fear of taking a driving exam PDR Process I (Anna) am petrified of taking my driving exam for my license. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Lack of self-confidence, Fear Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  11. 11. A3 Technique – Fear of taking a driving exam PDR Process • I am registering for the driving exam. • I am practicing all of what is covered during the driving exam. I am improving through practice and feeling confident about it. • It is the day of the driving exam. I get up and make a prayer to God to help me with the driving exam. • I am calmly getting into the car and feeling confident about the exam. • I am reaching the venue and have taken my token number for the exam. • I am chanting God’s Name as I am waiting for my turn. • My name is called and I am greeting my examiner for the driving test. • I am doing all the preliminary checks of the car. I am sitting in the car and it feels comfortable. • I am driving confidently and I am easily able to understand the examiner’s instructions. • The examiner is smiling at me and responding positively to my driving. • My driving exam has ended. I am feeling positive and relaxed. • I am returning home and expressing gratitude to God for helping me to drive well. Autosuggestion
  12. 12. A3 Technique – Feeling inferior while meeting friends at a college reunion PDR Process I (John) felt hesitant about attending my college reunion thinking I am not as successful as my friends. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Inferiority complex, Worrying Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  13. 13. A3 Technique – Feeling inferior while meeting friends at a college reunion PDR Process • I am receiving an invitation for my 10-year college reunion. • I am looking forward to meeting all my friends. • I am feeling calm and relaxed on the day of the reunion. • I am dressing up well and looking good while going for the event. • I am feeling calm with the feeling that whatever I have achieved has been given by God. • I am on my way to meet my friends and I am looking forward to reliving the good old times with them. • I am now at the venue and meeting my friends and I can feel the closeness of meeting with them after so long. I am feeling as if it were yesterday when we last met. • Everyone is very happy to meet me, and we are talking and reminiscing about old times. • I am feeling confident and happy. I am talking about my family, job and my friends calmly. Everyone is sharing about their lives freely and there is an open and warm feeling. • The party is ending and there is a renewal in the old bond that we had. • I am returning home feeling positive and rejuvenated. Autosuggestion
  14. 14. A3 Technique – Feeling anxious about an exam PDR Process I (Jack) felt anxious about the final exam for my organic chemistry class. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Fear Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  15. 15. A3 Technique – Feeling anxious about an exam PDR Process • I am marking the date in my calendar for my final exam in my organic chemistry class. • I have an outline of all the materials that I need to study, and I am planning how I will go over them to prepare for the exam. • I am studying for the exam as per my plan and answering practice questions. I am feeling confident and ready to take the exam. It is the day of the exam and I am feeling calm. • I am chanting the Name of God while traveling to my college. I am walking to the exam hall knowing that I have prepared, and I am ready to take the exam. • The exam paper has come in my hand and I am calmly going over all the questions and marking the ones which are easy, and that I am ready to answer first. • I am seeing a question that I am not sure how to answer, but I am stable as I have some time and I will pray and attempt to answer it as best as I can. • I am going over all my answers one more time before submitting my answer sheet. • I am coming out of the examination hall feeling satisfied and self-assured. • I have completed the exam and I am feeling calm, realising that I was prepared to the best of my ability. I am feeling positive and focused on chanting the Name of God. I am paying gratitude to God for helping me to prepare for and take the exam. Autosuggestion
  16. 16. A3 Technique – Lack of perseverance when dieting PDR Process Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Lack of perseverance Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self I (Nicole) feel like giving up on dieting because I feel it is too difficult to give up eating the foods I love. I also feel that the results come slowly & I gain back the weight very fast.
  17. 17. A3 Technique – Lack of perseverance when dieting PDR Process • I am deciding to begin dieting. • I am feeling happy and enthusiastic to begin this new endeavour as it will help me to improve my health and looks. • I am making a diet plan and a schedule for exercise. • I am certain that by abiding by the diet plan and regular exercise for a month, I will be able to achieve my weight loss goals. • I am also planning to have some days where I can have the food items, which I like in appropriate portions so I can enjoy them. • I am feeling positive because many of my friends have followed the same plan and have got good results so I will also be able to do the same. • I am beginning with the diet and enjoying the light feeling. • As I persist with dieting, my weight is reducing. • I am paying gratitude to God for helping me to follow my diet and achieve my weight loss goals. Autosuggestion
  18. 18. A3 Technique – Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) PDR Process While driving to work when I (Alan) see any garbage or a sewer, then I feel irritation and anxiety. I have the urge to clean myself. Only after returning home and taking a bath does that anxiety end. If the clothes which I wore that day touched other clothes in the cupboard, I start washing them along with the other clothes which were touched. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Anxiety Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  19. 19. A3 Technique – Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) PDR Process • I am preparing to leave for work. • I am offering a prayer to God for protection, and I am driving my car chanting God’s Name. I am feeling relaxed and stable. • I am feeling that the chant is cleansing me from within, which is more valuable than external cleanliness. • As I see the garbage or an open sewer on the road, I am remaining calm. • I am reminding myself that this is a normal part of life that everyone faces. • I am feeling peaceful as I continue with the rest of the journey. I am looking forward to my work day. • I am chanting while driving on the way back home. • My thoughts are about looking forward to spending the evening with my family members. • I have reached home, and I have put my clothes in the clothes bin. • I am at ease and spending time with my family. • I am expressing gratitude to God for keeping me calm during my daily commute. Autosuggestion
  20. 20. A3 Technique – Fear of my visa interview PDR Process I (Claire) am fearful about how I will face the visa renewal interview. What if I am not able to answer the interviewer satisfactorily and my visa is rejected ? I fear that will lose my job due to my visa rejection. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Fear Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  21. 21. A3 Technique – Fear of my visa interview PDR Process • I am thinking about my visa renewal appointment. • I am realising God is with me and that He is in control of the situation. • I am feeling calm about it. • I am chanting as I am entering the interview room. • God is giving me thoughts to speak confidently. • During the interview, I am calm and able to speak easily. • The interviewer is asking questions, and I am explaining the reasons for my visa renewal. • The interviewers are smiling and accepting my answers. • The interview is coming to an end and I am thanking the interviewers and leaving. • I am offering gratitude and surrendering the result to God. • Whatever happens, I am accepting it as God’s will as He knows what is best for me. Autosuggestion
  22. 22. A3 Technique – Shyness about meeting new people PDR Process I (Dylan) am joining my father’s company. I feel shy and insecure when my dad introduces me to his colleagues at work. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Shyness, Insecurity Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  23. 23. A3 Technique – Shyness about meeting new people PDR Process • I am with my dad at his workplace. • I am going with him to meet his colleagues. I am feeling stable. • He is introducing his colleagues in the room and I am greeting them with a smile. • Each one of them is speaking to me warmly and trying to make me comfortable. • I am able to see their qualities and their dedication towards their work. • As I am focussed on others and what they are saying, I am starting to feel comfortable and relaxed with them. • I am easily speaking with each person and feel connected with them. • I am happy to meet them and there is a mutual feeling of understanding. • I am paying gratitude to God for showing me how to interact with new people and develop a connection with them. Autosuggestion
  24. 24. A3 Technique – Lack of confidence in starting a business PDR Process I (Jenny) have started a new fashion business project. I am unsure and nervous as to whether it will be a success. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Lack of confidence Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  25. 25. A3 Technique – Lack of confidence in starting a business PDR Process • I am working on the Fashion Fall collection. • I start with a prayer and I am chanting mentally. • I am booking the venue for the show with confidence and enthusiasm. • I am feeling that at each step of the project, I will be learning something new, and I am giving it my best. • This positive thinking is giving me the energy and stability for the next stage of the project. • I am giving directions to the team members and explaining how to go about their respective parts. • Everything is happening in a planned manner. • I am enjoying the process and all the preparations. • I am feeling grateful for all the skills God has given me, and I am able to successfully go through all the stages of the project right up to its completion. Autosuggestion
  26. 26. A3 Technique – Timidity and shyness in speaking to women PDR Process I (Timothy) have a lot of difficulty speaking to women. As a result, I am not able to make friends with Sarah even though she is in my MBA class, as I freeze in her presence. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Timidity, Shyness Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  27. 27. A3 Technique – Timidity and shyness in speaking to women PDR Process • I am going for my MBA class and feeling calm. • I am entering the classroom and greeting Sarah. • She is smiling and greeting me back. • I am feeling at ease and striking a conversation with her about the project, which we need to do the next week. • As the conversation is continuing, I am starting to relax and feel it is easy to have a conversation with Sarah. • I am asking her if she would like to have coffee and she is agreeing. • We are having coffee at a nearby coffee shop and having a nice conversation about our likes and dislikes, careers, movies, etc. • I am feeling happy and comfortable, and realise that Sarah is very friendly and easy going. • We are saying our goodbyes and leaving. I am offering gratitude to God for helping me to overcome my timidity and develop confidence. Autosuggestion
  28. 28. A3 Technique – Anxiety about meeting one’s ex-husband PDR Process I (Julia) am supposed to attend my best friend (Holly’s) 30th birthday party where my ex-husband (Leo) is also going to be present. I am anxious because we ended our relationship on a bad note. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Anxiety Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  29. 29. A3 Technique – Anxiety about meeting one’s ex-husband PDR Process • I am very happy that I am going for my friend Holly’s 30th birthday party. • I am getting ready and looking forward to celebrating the evening with Holly. • I am feeling stable as I am entering the venue and greeting everyone. • I am wishing my friend Holly happy birthday warmly and giving her a birthday present. I can see my ex-husband Leo at the party. He is sitting at a table along with the friends we have in common. • I am feeling calm and confident as I walk up to the table to meet everyone. • I am greeting Leo along with my other friends with a smile and our conversation is flowing naturally. • Leo is enquiring about my job and family and I am answering him in a poised manner. • I am joining Holly and my other friends at a nearby table to enjoy the rest of the party. I am feeling grateful that I was able to go through the evening with ease and converse with Leo as with any other acquaintance. • I am leaving the birthday party and driving home while chanting God’s Name. Autosuggestion
  30. 30. A3 Technique – Submissive PDR Process I (Ken) cannot stand up to my co- worker Billy. Often I do as he says and end up completing his assignments while he enjoys himself during the weekend. Mistake / Shortcoming Type of mistake : Incorrect reaction AS technique : A3 Whose defect caused the most stress in the incident / Who is responsible ? : Self PD : Submissive Analysis The whole incident needs to be written in the present continuous tense imagining that one is facing a difficult situation successfully. How to frame? On next pageAS Made aware by (self/others) : Self
  31. 31. A3 Technique – Submissive PDR Process • Billy is asking me to help him with his part of the assignment. • I am looking at him steadily and acknowledging his request. • I am praying to God to give me the strength to handle the situation calmly. • I am asking Billy about the details of the assignment. • I am calmly deciding whether his request is reasonable. • I am assessing that his request is unreasonable. • I am calmly explaining to him that I have prior commitments and I will not be able to complete his part of the assignment. • Even when Billy is pushing his way, I am maintaining my stand. • Billy goes back to his seat and I am continuing with my work. • I am expressing gratitude to God for giving me the strength to face Billy and the ability to put across my point assertively. • I am having renewed confidence in my ability to stand up for myself. Autosuggestion

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